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Mumbai news in brief 13-07-2017 by Ronida Mumbai

Published On : 14 Jul 2017

Mumbai July 13 :- BMC worker demolishes all stall encroachments in and around Haji Ali Dargah, in Mumbai on Thursday.

Mumbai July 13 :- Twenty women parliamentarians from across the country will visit the Byculla Jail today. Their visit comes in the wake of the brutal murder of female convict Manjula Shetye by the jail staff. The members of parliament (MPs), who are part of the Parliamentary Empowerment of Women committee, will be interacting with inmates at the Byculla Jail. They are also likely to take up the issue in the parliament. in Mumbai on Thursday.

Mumbai July 13 :- Nationalist Congress Party Mumbai, Minority cell unite to save humanity & condemn bombing, killing, launching & terrorism at Azad Maidan in Mumbai.

Mumbai July 13 :- Rajan Wadhera,President, Automotive Sector, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. poses for a photo during the launch of Mahindra Jeeto MINIVAN in Mumbai on Thursday.

Mumbai July 13 :- No light / no electricity supply to under ground sub way at Haji Ali, Mahalaxmi in Mumbai.



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